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BlogPoll 2012 - Week 6

*The top 2 stay the same. No surprise with Oregon still dominating and Alabama on the bye.

*South Carolina moves up to #3 after FSU falls to unranked NC State. West Virginia also moves up to #4 after beating Texas in a shoot out.

*TCU takes the biggest dive after their performance and the loss of players.

*There was some general shuffling in the top ten, as well as the next five. Notre Dame made a few bigger jumps like Florida. Kansas State is an interesting case as they are a good team but they do not have a great resume compared to other teams in the top ten.

*Goodbye Northwestern after not being able to get it done on the road at Penn State. Virginia Tech lost to UNC as well. Hello Cincy and Oregon State (who I probably should have had on here).

*Do I not like Rutgers as a Syracuse alum? True. Is that preventing me from ranking them? No. I don't think they are better then the teams on here. Beating UConn isn't noteworthy, especially since they have no offense.

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